Dr Alison Broinowski, formerly an Australian diplomat, has written and edited eleven books about the interface between Australia and Asia and Australia's role in world affairs. She is a Visiting Fellow at ANU and UNSW, and a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Wollongong, where she has just completed an ARC-funded project on Asian Australian fiction, the results of which appear as a set of ten papers in Antipodes in June 2011. Her most recent book, Allied and Addicted (Scribe, 2007) challenges the value of the Australian-American alliance. Her last overseas assignment was in the Australian Mission to the UN in 1989-90, and in 2005 she co-published with James Wilkinson The Third Try: Can the UN Work?
Alison Broinowski travels from New South Wales Australia
- An Australian Republic
- Mutual Impressions - Australia and Asia
- The "Asianation" of Australia
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